Taza tsuut’ina nation
- Design-build of electrical and communication infrastructure servicing 15 buildings and 55 retail/commercial units
- First operational traffic signals designed within the Tsuut’ina Nation
- Servicing of Taza’s first anchor tenant, Costco, on August 28, 2020
- Design of 25 kV feeder distribution system servicing Tsuut’ina Nation & future Taza Exchange Development
Spanning 1,200 acres, Taza is one of the largest indigenous development projects in North America. It will consist of three unique villages including Taza Park, a dynamic mixed-use retail, office, and residential community; Taza Crossing, a health, wellness, and innovation hub; and Taza Exchange, offering high-quality shopping, dining, and recreation. The project aims to stimulate economic growth for the next 25 years and beyond.
Working closely with Taza Development Corp. on this unique project, Primary designed and built the shallow utilities infrastructure, including electrical distribution, telecommunications, streetlights, and three new operational traffic signals within the Tsuut’ina Nation. Primary also managed 25 kV overhead line removal.
We take great pride in knowing that the critical infrastructure we provide supports Tsuut’ina Nation in their capacity building objectives.
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